In the summer, I’m a bit of a bungalower blogger.
I write about the quirky, often overlooked, and sometimes overlooked parts of the small town I live in, from the history of the old bungalows to the latest developments in the local beer scene.
While most people just go on about their daily life, I keep up on my local beer news, and occasionally write about what’s going on with the craft beer industry, which is a hobby for me.
In a nutshell, I love spending time in my backyard with my family, reading books, and making new friends.
So when the idea of a little bungalowing came up, I jumped at the chance.
I’m now an official member of the “bungamelove” club.
As you can imagine, the idea is simple.
I spend time with friends and family, and we have a weekly round-up of local beers on tap.
The other day I was chatting with a friend who lives in a nearby town and we decided to go out to visit him, so I decided to start my own little mini-bucket list.
It’s a way to celebrate what makes this place special.
In addition to a bottle of local beer, I’ve been told that the most memorable memories of a “bungle” are a warm welcome from a local, and a chance to see something that isn’t on the menu for a couple of weeks.
I love these little outings.
As an example, when I first moved to Boston, my friends and I would drive around town, looking for the best, most local restaurants.
I found some places on the list, and decided to give it a try.
It was a few years ago that I started a new blog, and I decided that it was time to make it my own.
I also made sure to keep the number of posts on the blog low.
The goal was to try to do something different from the typical, big-budget, “must-have” beer blog.
To achieve this, I started by finding local, locally-produced beer.
That meant making a list of the top 50 beers that I’ve never heard of before, and then I was off to the races.
I tried to keep my list small, because I wanted to create a place where people would stop by and say, “Hey, I haven’t heard of this beer before.”
I also wanted to avoid the hype that people are bombarded with every day about how many breweries are opening up in their town.
As I mentioned before, I live about an hour’s drive away from the epicenter of craft beer production, and this is where my “bundle” of beers has been growing.
The blog has grown a little bit over the last couple of years, but as far as the amount of posts I get, it’s been pretty steady over the past couple of months.
This is because my list of beers is growing, and people have come to know about the beer and to make friends with me.
The thing about this list is that it’s not all about beer.
I’ve spent a lot of time looking at local breweries and finding out what’s available.
So if you’re looking for a great brew to try, and are curious about the other local breweries, you should definitely take a look.
As a bonus, the blog also has a weekly roundup of all the best local beers.
I really love having my beer listed, and sharing it with the world.
The biggest challenge with this blog is that the people who contribute to it are very passionate about what they do.
They want to be part of something that’s great for Boston, and they enjoy being part of the local community.
It also helps that my blog is so popular, and the blog posts have been shared by many people.
It makes it so that I can share this blog with as many people as possible, and keep them informed about the local brewing industry.
The process for posting my blog has been a bit different from what I’ve done before.
In the past, I just had to post a few blog posts a week and then wait for people to respond.
I did this for a few reasons.
First, I like to share things that I find interesting.
This was especially important for me as a blogger, because when I started out I had a lot to learn.
Second, I had so many friends who were brewing and selling beer, so when I wrote my first post I was overwhelmed.
I was looking forward to seeing what people thought of it, and having people ask me questions.
But as time went on, I realized that posting more often would be much better.
Finally, the feedback I get from the people that have seen my posts has been amazing.
Most of the people I’ve written to have been really supportive and really happy to help